What Drives Open Banking Success?:
The public banking system is the path to a solid, sustainable and complete payment system. Provides more opportunities for customer value.
In the current scenario, a concept that will take hold in the future and inevitably landfills and internal markets led by the UK and the EU has taken the lead in formulating and enforcing its own regulations for public banks.
Other markets such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Mexico, Argentina, Nigeria, Hong Kong, Japan, and Taiwan are also underway.
5 ecosystem requirements for a successful public bank
• API are the mechanisms by which banks interact with others in the digital ecosystem.
• Asset Activation: Likely to include digital identity and access management, authorization management, data, and analytics.
• Use cases: To prioritize open bank usage issues, banks must go beyond compliance to develop a set of core objectives.
• Homicide warrants: Banks will have to offer their customers good experiences through programs.
• Partnerships: These can range from simple data-sharing agreements to deep strategic service partnerships.
The factors that can determine the success of an open bank over time include the following:
• Canada: The government has allocated a specific budget to evaluate the establishment of an open bank in the country, in the spirit of stability, privacy and security.
• United States: The Sustainable Data API has been enhanced to meet PSD2 requirements, in one of the first steps the United States has taken to establish Open Banking
• Mexico: New FinTech legislation in Mexico regulates APIs and cryptocurrencies and is the first step in defining Open Banking regulations in the country
• Brazil: The Central Bank of Brazil (CBB) has approved the establishment of Open Banking and established guidelines for evaluation
• United Kingdom: OBIE Open Banking Entity was established in 2016 by the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)
• EU: European Banking Authority to launch Open Banking Europe initiative in 2013
• Nigeria: The Central Bank of Nigeria has started developing its 2030 payment systems vision with the aim of establishing an open banking system.
• Bahrain: The Central Bank of Bahrain has issued mandatory regulatory guidelines and policies for all banks to adopt Open Banking in 2018, effective from 2019
• India: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) launches Universal Payments Interface 2.0 and extends the functions of this open account system.
• Singapore: The Monetary Authority of Singapore and the Association of Banks have published an API guide
• Hong Kong: An open API framework launched by the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) in July 2018
• Malaysia: Bank Negara Malaysia, the country’s regulator, announces proposed open API directive
• South Korea: The Korean Financial Services Commission will introduce new rules that can give third-party fintech companies access to domestic bank payment systems
• Australia: The Customer Data Right Act (CDR) is the first public banking initiative that allows consumers to share their data with authorized third-party providers of their choice.
• Japan: Financial Services Agency (FSA) developed a third-party vendor authorization (TPP) process and encouraged banks to contract at least one TPP by 2020
• New Zealand: Open Banking Management Organization Payments NZ Announces First API Standards for Initiating Payment and Account Information